March 2009 News

Commencement Commencement Ceremonies


Humanities Course for Adults The application deadline has been extended to Wednesday, April 15, for a new free college course in Salem for adults living on low incomes.


MBA in Top 15 Princeton Review named the Atkinson Graduate School of Management one of the top 15 schools in marketing.


No. 1 Debater in Nation MaryAnn Almeida ’09 won the top debater award at the National Parliamentary Debate Association Championship Tournament.


Oregon Opportunity Grant Two Willamette students and an administrator testified to the Oregon Legislature about the impact of state financial aid.


Sports Law Question Is a federal ban on sports betting in most states unconstitutional? The Philadelphia Inquirer asked Law Professor Jeffrey Standen.


Professional Soccer Atkinson Professor Steven Maser helped guide the discussion as Portland was awarded a Major League Soccer franchise.


Oregon Symphony Performs at Willamette The Oregon Symphony will give a classical concert Tuesday, April 7, at 8 p.m. in Smith Auditorium at Willamette University.


Senior Art Majors Exhibition An exhibition featuring the work of Willamette University's senior art and art history students will be on display April 11 through May 17 in the Melvin Henderson-Rubio Gallery at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art.


Business and Sustainability Willamette launches a new Sustainable Enterprise Certificate with sessions in Portland.


James B. Thompson: The Vanishing Landscape A major mid-career exhibition by Willamette University Professor James B. Thompson will be on display April 11 through May 17 in the Atrium Gallery and Print Study Center at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art